Police close prison stabbing case


CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – State Police have closed a prison stabbing case involving two convicted murderers, saying the victim and the suspect refused to cooperate.

State Police Sgt. Michael Nolan said inmate William Sullivan was stabbed several times in a fight last month with inmate Stephen Mann.

Nolan said only Sullivan and Mann know why they fought, and they aren’t talking. He said the lack of cooperation means no charges have been filed.

Mann and Sullivan are serving life without parole after being convicted of first-degree murder in different cases in Nashua.

Mann was convicted of murdering his wife, Kelly, in July 2004. Sullivan was convicted of killing his girlfriends mother, Jeanne Dominico, in 2003.